CEO of Slip Music, Mark Okraku Mantey, has opined that emerging Afrobeat/Afro-Pop singer, Kelvyn Boy has no musical identity, Sammykaymedia.com monitored.
Okraku Mantey who also doubles as the President of the Creative Arts Council, is known for his honest take when it comes to matters relating to creative arts and how he criticizes artistes when the need arises.
Being one of the most successful music producers and managers in the music industry, Mark Okraku Mantey told Andy Dosty on Hitz FM’s “Daybreak Hitz” that Kelvyn Boy needs an identity when it comes to rhythms but it is unfortunate he doesn’t have one.
“Does he have an identity when it comes to rhythms that he performs? He doesn’t. I have heard him on different different rhythms, different songs and he sounds different on almost every beat,” Okraku Mantey stated.
Okraku Mantey added that, it is not bad for the artiste since he is in the early days of his career and would need a hit single to settle and identify himself.
He drew the attention of Ghanaians to the fact that Samini who is now known for reggae/dancehall started as a hip-life artiste.
Kelvyn boy, a signee to Burniton Music is on his Afrobeats Experience Tour.